In article <email@example.com>, Jerry <Cephalobus_alienus@comcast.net> wrote: > Where are you making this stuff up? You again confuse how you > think GPS -ought- to work with how GPS -actually- works. In > reality, GPS is the world's most accurate one-way source of > time and frequency information. A receiver operating from a known > fixed location can derive time with an accuracy of a few ns, > given several hours of integration and a stable local clock.
Why do you need a stable local clock? Couldn't you count the periods of the satellite signal and use those as your local clock?